On May 10, 2012 - Kathryn Hume talks about how humans use habits to transform their behavior and turn objects into tools.
The Second Annual BiblioTech Conference at Stanford University sought to continue the conversation started at the inaugural conference about the role of the humanities in the technology industry. The program featured students as well as a keynote speaker sharing their opinions on the topic.
BiblioTech Program at Stanford University
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